New Data Tracks 26% Growth of Zero-Emission Bus, Truck Availability | Metro Magazine Model availability and driving
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Manufacturers make strides in zero-emission commercial vehicles | DC Velocity Makers of zero-emission commercial vehicles are introducing
CALSTART’s data show 26% growth of zero-emission truck and bus model availability globally | Sustainable Bus
CALSTART’s data show 26% growth of zero-emission truck and bus model availability globally | Sustainable Bus CALSTART
Zero-emission truck, bus models increasing 26% from 2020 through 2022 | FreightWaves The number of zero-emission truck
New data tracks 26% growth of zero-emission truck and bus model availability globally in midst of economic, supply chain challenges | 3.9.22
Model availability and driving ranges of zero-emission trucks (ZETs) and zero-emission buses (ZEBs) continue to grow globally in the midst of economic and supply chain challenges brought on by COVID.
Strategic sourcing challenges for North American truck and bus OEMs and Tier 1 Suppliers
1,215 Medium- and Heavy-Duty Zero-Emission Trucks Deployed in U.S. So Far; Over 140,000 More On Order | February 3, 2022
145 models are available for purchase across over 30 manufacturers
Zeroing in on Zero-Emission Trucks is an inventory of Class 2b-8 zero-emission trucks (ZETs) in the U.S. as of December 2021. The report provides insight on ZET market trends as the industry prepares for an injection of federal funding for charging infrastructure, multiple states implement clean truck regulations, and California prepares to release an additional $873 million in purchase incentives for commercial vehicles and infrastructure.
Microtransit innovation is increasing as transit services look for new solutions to assist in increasing ridership and continuing to serve communities in the face of continued single occupancy and personal vehicle use, ongoing competition with private rideshare companies, and the challenges and uncertainties surrounding COVID-19. This whitepaper provides an overview of this expanding realm of microtransit and how it is filling the gaps in more traditional transit and transportation, between fixed-route transit bus services and private vehicles (including taxis and ride-hailing/ride-sharing vehicles).
CALSTART has released a new report, Zeroing in on ESBs, an inventory of electric school buses (ESBs). As of September 2021, there are 1,738 ESBs funded, ordered, delivered, and deployed across the U.S. Zeroing in on ESBs is part of CALSTART’s Zeroing in on series of zero-emission technologies inventories.